Brain Development follows typical patterns in FASD - longitudinal study
NeuroDevNet researchers Dr. Christian Beaulieu and Dr. Carmen Rasmussen are featured in a story on Vueweekly.com profiling their longitudinal study of brain development in children with FASD.
Reporter Rebecca Medel interviewed the two principal investigators about their findings eight years in to a neuroimaging study. Children participating in the study, now in their teen years, continue to show less development of white matter tracks to the frontal area of the brain. “The main thing is that a bunch of these...tracks...were developing at a different rate in the FASD,” Beaulieu says.
To read Medel's full story, click here
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